Judge, in a higher court over the same case as the district court , and strong showing of bias, deprivation of constitutional and civil rights in a criminal case in the district court, and a sheer abuse of discretion and power while she’s allowing a malicious prosecution with prosecutorial... View More
When facing a situation where a judge has denied motions to recuse themselves despite a perceived conflict of interest, and your rights seem to be compromised, the next step involves escalating the issue within the legal system. You have the option to file an appeal against the judge's...View More
I plan to elect S Corp status within a few days after getting EIN and all. I am curious on how it makes a difference if I start LLC or C Corp given S Corp form will be submitted in a matter of days following.
Many people form an S-Corp to take advantage of the personal income tax breaks when paying yourself as both an owner and an employee of the business. The S-Corp election is more accurately called the "subchapter S tax election" and, as you point out, can be used in combination with an LLC...View More
To establish a not-for-profit cemetery on your property in Colorado, there are several steps and legal requirements to consider. Firstly, having your daughter's ashes and involving a funeral director is a start, but there's more to the process.
I work in a mall and my store only has one exit, the main doorway. After a recent emergency including an active shooter, I’m concerned about my coworkers and my own safety. This does not only put us in more danger during an active shooter situation, but also any fire emergencies.
The requirements for multiple exits in a store, including those in a mall, are governed by local building codes and fire safety regulations, which can vary by location. Generally, these codes require a certain number of exits based on the store's size, layout, and the maximum occupancy. This...View More
Trial started, and the Added Charges worse than what they were going to trial for, and the consequences for the new charge were way worse than what they were going to trial for, The judge has testimony, sworn testimony from two officers that are the prosecution’s witnesses testifying that the... View More
In the U.S. legal system, the ethicality of a judge's decision to allow an additional charge close to the trial date can be complex and depends on various factors, including the nature of the new evidence, the procedural rules of the jurisdiction, and the specifics of the case....View More
and began another investigation, into my daughters property while on the initial warrant to search for guns of my grandsons, they then invited the postmaster’s into my home, without my permission, and the postmaster came into my home without my permission, and observed items in my home without my... View More
Hi there! I understand your concerns about potential violations of your Fourth Amendment rights and the actions of law enforcement during the search of your home. In a situation like this, it's crucial to consult with an attorney who can assess the specific circumstances and advise you on the...View More
I have the documents from the dates and filings of the entire case I just can't understand exactly what happened with all the abbreviations and legal terms I'm looking for someone to help me understand it
This is a question and answer forum. You should schedule a consultation with an attorney in or near the county where the case in question was and bring the case documents with you for an explanation. If the documents are not too voluminous, you should be able to get your questions as to...View More
In Colorado, if you're looking to obtain financial records related to court bonds, such as accounting ledgers or tax ID information, you might consider filing a "Motion for Discovery" or "Motion to Compel Disclosure." These motions are generally used to request specific...View More
If you believe government officials have violated your rights, initiating legal action begins by documenting all relevant facts, evidence, and interactions. Depending on the nature of your claim, an affidavit, a demand letter, or filing a formal complaint might be appropriate. Before taking any...View More
Is it possible that you have the wrong statute number? In Westlaw and Lexis, you should be able to pull up Colorado Revised Statutes, and pull Title 13 Article 21 to determine if that specific statute exists. Pay specific attention to the numbers. Colorado, reserves spaces so it is possible to jump...View More
I have been made aware of a family (step mom and a dad) who have two boys 6 & 4 and a 1 year old girl expecting a new baby boy in a few months who live in a two bedroom 1 bathroom house with multiple dogs as well.
Under what is known as the “2+1” standard, it is considered housing discrimination to adopt an occupancy limit on a dwelling that is less than two persons per bedroom plus one person per unit. So, for a two-bedroom apartment, any limit that is less than five people runs afoul of federal...View More
Under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, people with disabilities (including pregnancy and related side effects) are permitted to request reasonable accommodations to enable them to perform their jobs while honoring their restrictions. However, the accommodation must be reasonable, and...View More
I was involved in an armed gas station robbery in 2019. DA called me Feb. of this year and admitted they were sending everything to the wrong person with my same name despite having my police report and information. They said the lead investigator would call me in March. Never did. I finally called... View More
If you have not been personally served with a subpoena you have no legal obligation to appear. However, I assume you are important witness since, as you say, you were "involved in an armed gas station robbery." Unless you were a participant, you might want to give some thought to...View More
It depends on their roles. It could be a conflict of interest, or it could be nothing. In the hypothetical, if the responsibilities of one position required minimizing town expenditures, and the responsibilities of the other position involved justifying new furniture for a school, one could say the...View More
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